Refurbished to a very high specification, this spacious and light apartment is arranged over the first and second floor of an attractive period building. It comprises a stunning, high-ceilinged reception room, a bespoke, fully-fitted kitchen and dining room, three bedrooms (one en-suite), a family bathroom and mezzanine study area.
Westbourne Terrace is a sought after tree-lined avenue running North from Hyde Park and is very close to the numerous attractions and amenities of Bayswater and Notting Hill. The property benefits from a good selection of transport links, including Paddington Station (rail, tube, Heathrow Express) and Lancaster Gate (Central line). For motorists, the A40(M) is easily accessible.
Paddington is to be a station on the Crossrail 1 line, connecting West and East London (due to open in 2018).
Double-height reception room
South-West facing balcony
Original, fully reconditioned Ribbon cast-iron radiators
Prime and visitor parking
It is believed the name Paddington came from the old Sussex word ‘pad’ which means ‘pack-hourse’ which prior to modern transport means, was the only way to bring goods into the city. The majority of the land that is now Paddington was originally church land owned by the Bishop of London.
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